To the best of my knowledge these names are reasonably accurate. If you see a plant misnamed or any errors on these pages, please email me at webmistress AT sunnibergeron DOT com.

My flower photography is not copyrighted. You may glean them and use them as you please.

= Poisonous to animal and/or human
= Crop weed in Washington
= Native to Washington
= Noxious or invasive in Washington
= Endangered in Washington
= Federal noxious weed in Washington
= Quarantine! Mandatory immediate destruction

Welcome to my collection of plant photographs and information. In these pages you will see thumbnails. These are linked to higher resolution pictures of plants I've documented along the roadsides of Whidbey and Fidalgo Islands. There are hundreds of pictures and more are added all the time.

I'm a papermaker and I prefer to use noxious or invasive plants in the area. I'm also interested in what's edible, endangered, native, medicinal, or poisonous so you'll also find links to all kinds of interesting information about the plants. If you see any plants misnamed, any errors or know the names of the plants I haven't identified yet, please email me at webmistress AT sunnibergeron DOT com.

My Whidbey and Fidalgo Islands flowers photography and my Klamath Falls, Oregon flowers photography is copyright free. You are welcome to glean them and use them as you please. A link back here is appreciated, but not necessary. Please do not sell them.

--Sunni

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Scientific Names: A-F
Scientific Names: G-M
Scientific Names: N-S
Scientific Names: T-Z
Common Names: A-F
Common Names: G-M
Common Names: N-S
Common Names: T-Z
Mystery flowers. Can you help me name them?
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Island Wildlife
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Washington Natives: A-F
Washington Natives: G-M
Washington Natives: N-R
Washington Natives: S-Z
(Alphabetized by scientific name)

Noxious Flowers , Washington

Endangered Flowers, Washington

Poisonous Plants

Plant Identification Sources (*.pdf file)

USDA Hungry Pests Sharing information about the threat invasive plant pests, diseases and harmful weeds pose to America's fruits, vegetables, trees, and other plants—and how the public can help prevent their spread.

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